More than half the dogs and cats in the U.S. are overweight or obese, and it can diminish their quality of life
The world-renowned baby photographer recently refocused her lens to help raise awareness about meningococcal disease
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips weigh in
The Oscar-nominated film is based on a work of fiction by Lisa Genova that reflects the reality of 200,000 Americans
You don't have to be an acrobat to learn how parkour can help build strength, agility and confidence
AcroYoga, a form of partner yoga gaining popularity in the U.S., builds trust and communication
This growing trend can help everyone on the corporate ladder find calm within the chaos and a path to success
Avoid the pitfalls of procrastination with expert advice from the authors of "Mind Gym: Achieve More by Thinking Differently"
Young athlete who suffered a stroke is now using exoskeleton robotics to regain his mobility and strength
Researchers hope tissues could help with drug testing and one day even lead to lab-grown heart replacements
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
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State health officials say they're considering enforcing regulations similar to the law passed by voters in Los Angeles that requires condom use on pornography film sets
With parts of the Northeast expecting up to three feet of snow, here's what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones
Tips to protect yourself from the flu as the epidemic surges into different parts of the country
Nation's most influential pediatricians group cites concerns about its proven benefits and evidence of its potential harm
Fierce public resistance in battle against Dengue and chikungunya as many fear insects' altered DNA could enter human bloodstream
Researchers say people with low expectations are happier, but Faith Salie remains an optimist
Mom of infant with measles wants parents "to vaccinate their kids because that's the whole reason she got sick in the first place"
As the measles outbreak spreads, questions are being raised about whether parents should be able to skip having their children vaccinated
A paper clip-size device called a coupler helps control high blood pressure without medication
As the Disneyland-linked measles outbreak continues to spread across Western states, a leading health official is calling parents out
With special glasses to help correct a rare eye condition, this little girl has a real reason to smile
Football Hall of Famer hopes to raise awareness about PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA), a condition with odd and misunderstood symptoms
Autopsies showed an unusual pattern of brain damage that might help explain "shell shock"
A leader in oncology says a personalized approach to cancer treatment will help more patients survive
As more people contract the virus we look at how infectious the disease is compared to other viruses
Millions of women in their childbearing years take painkillers that can cause birth defects
A large-scale analysis of language used on Twitter adds to the evidence that negative emotions are directly linked to heart disease
Study looked at a woman's risk of developing a rare but deadly form of brain cancer
For people who are sedentary, any activity may be better than none, experts say
Report says patients and families were not informed that contaminated endoscopes caused illnesses; 11 people died
New research suggests walnuts can improve cognitive health and memory
UDSA proposes new standards to try to reduce salmonella and other contaminants, but do they go far enough?
Doctors often tell families to talk to their loved ones, even if they're comatose, but it was never clear whether those voices were being heard